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Albemarle County, Virginia, USA

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  • Gen. Samuel Hopkins (1753 - 1819)
    General Samuel Hopkins (born 9th. Apr. 1753 and died Sept. 16th 1819), the man for whom Hopkinsville was named was destined to become a very great and famous man. He was a soldier, lawyer, surveyor, pl...
  • Elizabeth Simms Maury (1753 - 1792)
  • William Whiteside (c.1747 - 1815)
    A Patriot of the American Revolution for NORTH CAROLINA. DAR Ancestor # A124552 Reference: WikiTree Genealogy - SmartCopy : Dec 17 2016, 22:56:36 UTC
  • Rob Lowe
    Robert Hepler "Rob" Lowe (pronounced /ˈrɒb ˈloʊ/; born March 17, 1964) is an American actor. Lowe came to prominence after appearing in films such as The Outsiders , Oxford Blues , About Last Night... ...
  • Francis Eubank (1800 - 1868)
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Official Web Site

Albemarle County was formed in 1744 by an act of the General Assembly. Its original land area included today's counties of Amherst, Buckingham, Fluvanna, and Nelson, much of Appomattox and part of Campbell. Albemarle County assumed its present boundaries in 1777. It was named in honor of William Ann Keppel, second Earl of Albemarle, who was then governor of the colony. The first county seat was located in Scottsville. In 1761, however, county government was moved to Charlottesville, which was established as a town in 1762 and established as a city on 1888.

This project is a table of contents for all projects relating to this County of Virginia. Please feel free to add profiles of anyone who was born, lived or died in this county.

Towns

  1. Scottsville, the original county seat.

Unincorporated communities

  1. Barboursville
  2. Crozet
  3. Earlysville
  4. Free Union
  5. Greenwood
  6. Ivy
  7. Keene
  8. Keswick

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